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should all see, which is a new trend line, where you have massachusetts, california, maryland, new jersey and others taking the steps to finally raise the minimum wage and, in addition, you even have 69% of the public, the american public, according to a new cbs poll, saying they support an increase in the minimum wage. and so you see the labor movement getting behind, with the american people and with the american family to come up with a decent working and livable wage. >> most of the walmart employees make more than the minimum wage. >> the irony is, they weren't even out protesting. half of those protesters don't even work at walmart. they're just all part of the union movement that's to john's point, is out there just to garner new membership. one thing employees seem to be really happy at their jobs and show up, many of them, on holidays. so these guys are out. they're out there every year. it's deja vu all over again with these thanksgiving day protests and they're not getting very far. >> union membership, as john said, has just plummeted. is this about workers interests or about
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